This Day in Jewish History 1938: Kristallnacht Over, Goering Mulls How to Best Persecute the Jews Next

Appalled by the ruin of property that could have been seized, Nazi leaders decide on next step: To eliminate the Jews from the German economy.

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November 12, 1938, was a decisive day – one of many – for the fate of Jews in Nazi Germany. It was on this date, some 48 hours after the end of Kristallnacht -- the “Night of Broken Glass,” when Jewish...